Emily Luxton, a blogger I have followed for some time now, posted this month about a travel photo competition she is judging. And while I am admittedly not a photographer, I have seen a fair deal of interesting things and… Continue Reading →
Coming from North America, city walls are not a concept I think of much in the context of modern settlements. The only city in modern North America with has a standing city gate anymore is Quebec City, a locale I… Continue Reading →
A few of us from the hostel were planning on hitting up a couple nearby bars that night, and once we had a couple beers at El Corozal, a guy that came in that day from New York was really… Continue Reading →
The next morning, I was determined to see the entirety of the city. This time hopping the eastbound T-5, I was on the route that Robert had recommended for a grand tour of the city toward Isla Verde. I rode… Continue Reading →
Richard, the live-in staff member I had checked in with the night before had recommended that the best way to see the whole of the city was to take the T-5 bus, which was supposed to loop through Isla Verde… Continue Reading →
“When you look at a city, it’s like reading the hopes, aspirations and pride of everyone who built it.” – Hugh Newell Jacobsen Ah, to be in a city! Nothing against the small Michigan towns or even Grand Rapids I… Continue Reading →
“Two thousands miles away from These stormy skies to salty air.” -Story of the Year A one way flight. My first time doing that. First time one-way anything really. Something a little binding about that, I suppose, and in another… Continue Reading →
Nothing that notable to say yet. I’m a native Michigander with a passion for human culture and new places, and more than that, new experiences. I have degrees in writing and anthropology and have no idea what I want to do with them. For now, I’m content with an unbound lifestyle; going where I want and doing what I can, and hopefully gaining some interesting stories along the way.